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KLAMATH FALLS. ORBOON, SATURDAY, OCTOIIKH ill, tit lit
Frit rtfe Ceaee
ITALIANS AND
IKS WILL GO
AT WAR AGAIN
I1UCK VMT IN IIM'LAHKM FI,
.KltlltlMMJ Tl IIKPOHT
Mi Mranllm" the OtsMuan KNiplrr
Hea Mufflclency of Tronbte to (Ih
gamea Hair Hard Fighting l
(Mm All Along the Frontier-
ef the IMItcr-nl .Nations Involved In
(wat rut era j.
4ff4)44444)4
IVarv Part h'e sUgawd
I'AHIS. Oct. IS. II U report-
td Ikat Ikf peace pact, recently
dnwn up and which was to hart
4 been ilued by lb repreeenla
Htm uf Italy and Turkey, has
ton Orrlaretl off, and the Hal-
Un Hmi u now en route In an
illtwi'l iti pat Dardanelles
with a low of capturing Con-
itintlnople. The alralu of Uar
iIihiIIm are mined, and lha rep )
rraentallvre of lha powers are-
greatly alarmed,
a) ...
Mocha MaMa
I'alleJ l'rea Fervlea
l-ONPON, Oct. II. Hespoadlag to
tteptnlcky rlllnc on Ida rontlaanlal
urr4, ticka have slumped heavily
km. and financial Isadora regard tka
taliin outlook aa unfavorable.
fan rraaa Samoa
VIKNNA. Oct. ItWHeavy ".gating
between tnd Montenegrins and Turks
Win prairaaa about Scutari. Tka
Torki am trying to hold tha town.
Turklili accounta of tha Bgkllag
7 that i ho Albaataa an Igktlog
ltk lha Turks. Tha Montenegrin
iv rsUllatlng by butchering ecor
ef aee-combstaata.
tiold-up Story is
Probably Untrue
In ii sensational .lory ciilctilnt.tl to further discredit ill0 potit H.
t in. Wave of Indlf nation ih, mcinlnx prima a thrilling account -r
ho waylaying f nu aid man, l. J To.,l,..y. It was .tatmt that
lit- had Iixfii held up ami robbed by thno oiiiik men.
Mr. Tnohey . "slugged," affording lollie newspaper account,
mid then waa rhloroformad. Ilavlux lost ron.rlou..,.-... Mr. Toohar
waa robbed of a flO-relit piece.
lr. Wright, a tcputable Klnumtli Kails phyilclan. made an ex
amination thU afternoon, and reported that be bad found a placa on
Urn top of the axed mnn'a brad, fthero tin. akin bad been acratched,
such nn Injury a a man might receive by falling- dnwn. There waa
no other Injury.
The truth of the llutchlna aault baa not yet bean told In the
.SnrthwMivrii, and It might ii well bu told now, Hera la la:
following; the publication of the editorial In the morning paper
Iji the effect that atalerneula had been made by a member of the po-
..... .urn. ueroaaiory to tne chier of Mice and the police depart
ment, Chief Smith made a peraonal vl.lt to the Northweatern offce
to find out the authority for the charge made. Inatead of aaaum
lug Ibn rrapomlblllly for the article In hit paper, the edllor. Mr.
livens, ahnuldnred Ihe blame on bU reporter, It. Vance llutchlna.
Mr. llutchlna waa called Into the office and admitted that he
gs the Information and charged al'lrolman Hall with telling Mm
thai the chief of police bad refund to permit Hall to raid a certain
aambllng game. Determined to rind out If thla waa true, Chief
Hmlth Immediately aought the patrolman, and waa Informed lhat Mr.
llutchlna had lied, and thai he hnd never made audi a atatement.
Ho further volunteered to go with the chief to Mr. llutchlna and de
mand lhat hn tell Ihe truth.
ROSE TELLS OF
THE GAMBLING
IN METROPOLIS
IIM.'KKII FACKH HI AtCTHKIIM IX
HVHRKMK ol)BT i
Ananias a Piker BOSTON TEAM
i
Compared to Sam SEEMS NOW TO
BE A WINNER
The chief Informed the patrolman that he expected him to meet
Mr. llutchlna, aa he waa determined to know Ihe truth of the mat
ter and wanted to find out on whom he waa to place lha blame for
Ihe lie lhat had been pubtlabed. In the evening Mr. Hall and hla
chief met Mr. llutchlna on Main Mreet, and Hall demanded a re
traction from the reporter. An argument cnaued. and on llutchlna
ideating what he would do If Unit had hla atar off. the patrolman
threw off hla coat and gave llutchlna a punch In tha aoae.
Aa Mr. llutchlna did uot put up the Iraat aemhlance of a
right, the row laaled about two teconda and there waa an occasion
or poaalblllty of the chief or anyone, etae Interfering. Matcnlaa there-
(Continued on I'aga 4)
HHnee Declare That Koraaer I'o-
llce Ileal aal I'aaaod Oat taw
Word) That MaaeaMial Mae H
"tYaakert- OaVarj perUrrd That
Hie I'nllra H'aaM Olc a Medal lo
llir Murderer.
NKW YORK, Oct. li. la the trial
of ei-l'olle Ueutaaaat Becker to
day, Jack Koee appeared aa a wltaeaa.
Hit face waa pale aadjkla kaeaa trem
bled. Decker eyed aim wltaeaa con-
atantly.
Tha wltaeaa aald
met Becker la A
IJecker raided htov
The two becaaia
SALOON MEN TO ;U. S. RIOERS.
HAVE COMPLAINT1 MAKE RECORD
MK.1AI.IHTN lMK
AT VHMS MKRT
I'alltd Press larvtas
DAN DIK-OO. Oct. It. After a two!
ouri tiormy aeaalon. during which It
ii Charged thai the proposed math,
o-i of the referendum ayateat of choo.
loi olDcera was socialistic, aad a plot
to get control, tha state labor conven
Hon defeated tka Telfer raaolatloa
iDdonlng the plan.
GilUgher led lha ngkt agalasi Ike
("n. The convention approved of a
"port referring tha womea'a aalal
mm wage measure to tha aaacutlve
wuncii Overwhelming endorsement
u given the deauad that Ue etau
iwrantee to all clilsens employment
Hlng wage.
kKW CBAHTKH WIM. ALUIW HKV- TltlMII'KIW
KHAL MORK HALOOM1, AU!(RO-
ixu to ugroii dk.i.kiw who
IIAVK INVrMTIOATMl
MARtH
ALL MIGHT
AMI HALT O.W.Y AT I.VTKH
VMM TO ALLOW HORMKX TO
OIIA7.K Wll KKW MOMK.VTN"
t ba had flrat
111, when
bllag place.
may, aad the
witness agreed la eatlect money for
Becker, f
Roeatald that Rosea tkal and Uec-
er agreed to go Uto business io
getkar on forty-ltUi street, the wit-
reis to be In charga'aa Backer's rep
resentative. Ha said that tha part
ners quarreled whan Roasatksl re
futed to give up 1500 for Charles
Tilpp, Becker'a praia ageat.
Tka Vltaaaa daagarad that ba ha1
protested agaJaet ike murdering of
Rosenthal. '
"I want bias craaked." Becker re
plied. "VH taka eara t the asea
doing the Job. Tka seatlmeat at po
lice headquarUrs Is such lhat they
would give a aaedal'to whoever croaks
Roseathal. Here'a a hundred. Olvv!
It to Seising aMlWhtw lns-tt-t-
aenthal stopped."
Selling demurred, the wlucas aald.
Rose saw Lefty Louie and Whiter,
Lvwla, who agreed to croak Ttoeeu-!
thai.
There la such a thing as a poet taking all klnda of liberties with
the. Kngllab language, and no crltlclam atUchea thereto, bat when a
newspaper deliberately Juggles with the truth In an effort to ac
complish some particular purpose, whether right or wrong In the
opinion of the editor, It Is time to call a halt.
The morning newspaper Menu to be determined to acquire the
mailer degree In the Ananias Clnb. and thla morning continues a pol
icy, adopted aomq time ago, which la calculated to accomplish that
end. After reciting the fact that Officer Hall nnneared hnfnr Jus
tice Oravea yesterday morning and pleaded guilty to a charge of
assault and battery, tha Northweatern goes on to say:
"That this action was Uken at the advice of District Attorney
Kuykendall U evidenced by the fact that Chief of Police Smith, to
gether with Hall, and Smith, went to the office of Justice (Ira vet.
where tha proceedings was carried through."
As a matter of fact, Chief or Police Smith and Officer Hall did
not call on the district attorney. They did see the district attor
ney late yetterday'-afternoon, long after Jfall bad pleaded guilty to
the charge of assault and battery. Th,e officers consulted the district
attorney concerning a matter entirely foreign to the assault and
battery charge against Hall.
When Officer Halt went to Iba office of Justice of the cPace
(Iravas be was aot aceampaalad by anyone. He had not seen Chief
of Police Smith since the nlgbt before.
The facte might have been asccrtaiNcd by tho alag paper,
bat t seems that Hea better serve the patpaati. '
The Northwestern declares that Chief of Police Smith wjll re
sign Monday, The paper says:
Another festure of the scheme by which the real eoadltloa of
municipal affairs here Is soughtto be squelched was tha notllcatlon
Mayor Nicholas yesterday by Chief of Polllce Smith that ha would
resign his office Monday.
Tills Is aa abeolata falw'iooO. Chlst of Police Bmlth did not
notify Mayor Nicholas yesterday or at any other time In the pas-,
that he would resign.
Tha Herald believes that the people who are back or Sam Evans
and his newspaper will resort to most any course, no matter bow
unjust. In order to effect the removal of Chief or Police 8mltb. A
few Ilea matter little. Rut wbyT Let's dslve Into a little recent
histery:
(Continued on Page 4)
TIIIKM VICTORY IM CHALKRIY UP
kor'rkii SOX
lletllent Holds Hard-HHUag Oiaats
Down aad MaUiewausi Loassaa Up
la lltrt Mingle laal Itach-Hst.
terMcCormtrkHaveethrXewYork
Tram From Rerrtvlac a Oaeaaeete
Hhvt-Ous.
Wood WW PHrh 4
United Press Service 4
IIOSTON, Oct. 11. Beeaaaa 4)
New York aad Bastaf are Saav-
day towns there will ba ao game 4
tomorrow. ' 4)
It Is conceded that the victory
4 today practically claehea tha 4)
championship for Dostoa, esaa- 4
dally as Wood pitches agala on 4)
Monday aad tho Qlaata moat
win three straight games to cap- 4)
4 tore the championship. 4)
)!
Thla afternoon a number of clilien I'nlted Press Vrvtcs
took advantage of the Invitation of' WASHINGTON, D. C,
the charter commission, and eiam-'- rnuoua hike of 7
Inrd the document which hss Juit rlch without sleep o
Oct. 11.
miles at a
r eitendfil
V liher aad Kaok Arrive
HKATT1.K, Oct. It. The crulear
Mirylaml, with Secretaries fisher
nd Knox aboard, arrlvsd hare today
torn the Orient.
RABBES CLOSES
HECTOR STORE
ATTArilNKNT AS A HHHULT Of A
MIT OX A XtrTa! MKANS THK
TIKHIOUOH IXVaWTIOATION tlf
'"OMIXK.M OONOHHK
As n result of an attaebmaut Issued
11 connection with a suit Alad by
"nry liabbes against O. M. Hector
o recover about 1100 oa a note, the
ior Uepartmsat store baa baen
t'oicd aud a raaraaaautlva of the
Vh 'rnc,iCo " Trade, II. S.
Addelitela, H now maktag an Inven
to'r of tha stock,
friends of Mr. Hactar are confident
"it a thorough lavastlgstlon of his
"!ness win eatablwh bis solvency
'Mult la tha ra-opsnlng of (he
"ore at an early daU.
Jr. Addlestsla hat aaat a lull ro
P of his InvastlgatloM to tha San
mnclsco coataurclal body which ha
'Pressi, and aspects to raoelva a
ily naat vaak.
been completed, aad which will soon
le presented ta the electors for re
Jectloa or approval.
Notable among the objections
"hick have been raised against tbr
charter la the provision which al
lows a liquor license to any hotel hav
ing fifty or more ooms. The char
ier provides that the number of aa
loons In Ihe city Is dependent on the
populstlon, Just as does tho prsssnt
charter, except that It Is provided
lhat It Is permlssable to grant extra,
licenses to hotels, when the law Is
"GRIZZLY BEAR"
IS
PAlWRXtiKaab ARK BKIXO TRAXH
POKTKO FROM- THW CITY TO
LAKKVIKW, IIO MILKS, FRKK
OK CHAROK I
BOSTON, Oct. It. A holiday meb
of Boston baasball fans became rav
lag maniacs this afternoon when the
(led Sox annexed tka third 1etnr
from Now York Qlaata In tka world t
caamplonshlp series. Oae saare e-
tory for the bean eaters
vlnnlng ot the world 'a 1
The game today waa probably the
rat or the season. Bedleat, wRh ar-
feet support, had tka Qlaata sating
oat or his baBd. exeeat to the aeventh.
AUTO WAR NOW CHILCOTE IS
' BiWGWAGEDr mmmSSsSSsS
l emergency hitters daHvared tha gsjadaP
FORBIDDEN
HKAL 'HRTATK MAX KasrUKXS
FROM A THRKK OAYM HUXTINU
TRIP WITHOUT VKXISOX HI!
aim KXPLANATIOX
rest, and every man and horse In
perfect condition, waa the rare feati
which Troop 0 or the filth UnltuP
ttlalaa Alfalvi. nn M..tt In IImaIi.Iii I
recently accompllsbed. War depart
ment officials hare say theirs la tbr
record for the army In the lalsuds.
and It baa caused much favorable
comment In service circles.
The troopers marched all night, be
ing halted only at Intervals uf atom
three hours lo allow the homes to
grate for about fifteen mlnutoi. Tha
men, who were ou the Journey nine
teen hours, took only two sandwiches
s piece and a canteen or cold coffee.
The results ot tha march show, oaV
PKNDLRTOX PKOPLK WILL XOT
MTAXB FOR POPULAR DAXCHH.
TURKRY TROT AND RAOOIXO
UXDKR THK RAN
land the Qlaau secured Uair osdV
scare. -,
Mathewaan. dean of tha bag avnab
mound performers, waa aaver better.
He failed In tha third haK, and hnX
of all the safe blades charged -gntaii
Ihlm were made la that Innlac. with
- jibe result that Boston scored two
The annual automobile rale war' Although K. M. Chllcote. the renl runs. Not again did Matty loosen
between this city and Lakevlew Is'cstate dealer, saw Ave deer yester-i"!'- He pitched winning ball, but the
now In progress and, as a result, two, day morning. Just as he and Dr. f red ,wia "ln' ' tbo Red Sox was too
auto load, of P".ra traveled 110 1 w.it.rfcl(, orok, c,mp on JohBton snt.
miles between this city and the Uke I. ... w 1 The gamo might well be charac
county metropolis free or charge. "":-. ' uumera reiurneo 10 (erlxd as a pitcher's tattle, with
"We'll buy them tbelr dinner, too. " cil lMt night without an ounce J perfect fielding as a aMe attraction.
If they haven't got the price," said of venison, after a three days' huni-,,u'dln bad a trite tka beat of the
compiled with. 'dale In charge or the forces on the
In the event of the charier bslngiutands say, lhat the soldiers aro In
adopted It Is argusd that there wlll,lne bftt ot condition, and are fit for
at once be made applications for ,!, harJeat teal ahould they be called
licenses for three other saloons un-Un to maks It.
dsr the SO-room clause.
COLUMBUS DAY iMUIPUrS
tsmmim PIEISE PEOPLE
ANNIVKHHAIIY Of THK UIHOOV-1
KHY Of AMKRICA IH f ITTxTTlT
COMMKMORATKD IX NKW
YORK f LKKT S RKVIKWKD.
I "
MAMON-CliAMA. PLAYKRM WILL
COXCLUOK KXaAOKMKXT AT
THK OPKKA HOUHK WITH PKR
fOIIMAXCK THIS KVKNIKO
PENOLKTON, Oct. It "Ragging"
as a form of terpschoreaa accomplish
ment, has been placed under n baa at
the popular Saturday night dances
given In Pendleton. The "Turkey
Trot." tha "llunny Hug," the "Gristly
sly near," Ihe "Angleworm Wiggle,"
and all their kindred, will no more be
tolerated where tha weekly crowds
gather for an Indulgence In their
periodical pastime. .Laat Saturday
nlgbt whan the throag collected, they
were met by a placard announcing
that hereafter "ragging" and walk
ing In two-steps, tha same being the
"raggy" successor to tha glide, would
be prohibited.
Tho edict a as received with much
disappointment Inasmuch aa tha
crate for the Bowery-born dance had
seised upon the local disciples of tha
dnnclng must, and Ita fullest devel-
tomant had almost been reached hare.
Kven society folk "had fallen" for
Ita mysterious movement, and whetb-
ar or not they will obey tha mandate
or Ihe dance promoters remains to bo
seen, for theie asms dance promoters
have no voice In tha management or
exclusive parties,
United Praas Service
NKW YORK, Oct. It, Six tbous-
and marines and blue Jackets ware In
a parade here today celebrating tho
anniversary of tha dlacovsry ol Amor
lea by Columbus. Tha opening cars
moay waa the annual fall rsvlsw of
tha Atlantic Seat. Tha revlsw will
and Tuaaday. Tha president and
Secretary of War Mayers, aboard thr
Maytower, are ravlawlag tha ahlp.i.
Tbo Manlon-Claman players liter
ally "packed 'em In" at tha matlneo
In Houston's opera house this after
noon. I.ong before the hour ot atartlng
the mstlnss there was a steady stream
of youngsters, dressed In holiday at
tire, en route to the thaatar, aad by
the time the curtain rose there waa
uot a particle of room to spare.
The company will conclude Ita en
gagement with a performance tonight.
i. Clapp, manager of the ciapp
Auto company, who waa the chauffeur
In charge of one of tho eara.
It appears, that three weeks ago
Bruce Thornton of Lakevlew sUrtsd
carrying passengers between this city
and Lakevlew In opposition to the
Clapp Auto company and the White
Pelican garage. It Is claimed that
Mr. Thornton started to cut the price,
which la 1S. Manager Qordon ot
the White Palieaa garage and Man
ager Clapp of tha Clapp Auto com
pany bald n consultation a few days
ago, and decided not to cut tha price,
bat ta carry passengers tor nothing
whenever one ot Mr. Thornton's ma
chines waa to malta a trip.
Tha situation la that wheueier ai
lag trip.
"The nearest of tha dear I saw,
explained Mr. Chllcote this morning,
"waa a doe. Of coarse I, msde no
effort to bring her down. The other
four were bucks, but they wero too
far away."
Prior to leavlag on the trip, Mr.
Chllcote had promised to break a rec
ord by killing tho legal limit In threo
daya. Heaca the explanation.
Wilson's Yoke HaaTrra
United Press Service
HAKRISBURO, Pa.. Oct. tt.
Woodrow Wilson arrived here thin
morning, en route home. He has
made seventy-five speeches In ten
Thornton machine arrives In Klani-(states. His voice Is frassled, but ho
Teddy la an Chicago
1 (tilted Cross Serrtaa
CHICAQO, Oct. II. Colonel Boos-
evelt arrived here at I o'clock this
morning, lie waa greeted by gnat
crowds.
A good umbrella laada class lo your
apaparaace. If yen don't belleva It
try It Put on your "glad raga'i and
go out with a bunt oM rain stick.
Of course you do, you" leak like ;
Yell. Umbrellas tor.lad.laa and grn-
tlemen at McHsttan'a. SIO Mala Adt
ath Falls, passengers may travel on
one of tha Clapp Auto company's ma
chlaaa or one owned and operated by
tha White Pelican garage without
paying a cent. But when Mr. Thorn
ton Is not represented In the city by a
machine the charge Is as usual, 115.
I satisfied with the results.
speak In' New York tonight.
He will
battle, aa the summary shows. But
four hits are charged up against him
during the satire nlaa 'an fags,
whereas Matty must answer for alx,
three or which were made In the ratal
third Inning.
The batteries announaad at that
start or the game were Mathewsoa
sad. Meyers far New York, aad Bedli"
ent and Oady for Doaton.
1 Continued on Page J '""
r
A thief might steal a cheap um
brella. If you have a good ona'and
some one takes It the first , Owe they
use It In a town of tblsatts they are
practically taught, fine Una of urn
brellas at McaUtUd's. StO Haln Adt
sWaMeWa) AarsfSTVal
Tha official ballet for tha forthcom
ing election has baen received at the
office of the county clerk. It la a
lengthy document, requiring twelve
BUCK MUST BE
''KEPT PRISONER
JUDGK HKLIKVKS
PLKA
1.
PK1SONKH WOULB fLKK
THAT
IF
QIVKN AN OPPORTVItTY CAN
NOT HAWK BAIL
If you have nlca handle and a
good frame, you hadbatter have It
recovered nww. I Juris a, line of nlca
umareua coverar - atcHattan,
Main Adt. w-
dalted Praas Samoa
SAN JQSK. Oct- II Black, the
banker, unable to get bail, la very
cheerful, ha ocupwa a, call recent
ly vacated by Jackaon Hatch.
Judge Wallace refused to lower the
f-.u ball because pr n plan by the prosecu-
iium mmi pwh wisaaea 10 nee.
UNION LEADERS
LOSE A POINT
FKOKRAL JUDGK asHNIHS MOTION
TO ALLOW THK DKfKXaK TO
KXAMINF. THK KXUsUTS NOW
HKLD HY THK OOVKRXMKXT
t
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I
United Praas Sarrlea
' INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. It. Judge
Anderson overruted two motloaa by
rthe defense In tba dynamite eaeec
The first provided that the defease
be allowed to Inspect In advaaee tan
exhlblta of the government The
second asked tka government to re
turn to the Ironworkers aH union doc
uments, letters aad papere aetaadUsi
year, and which the proaeeallen lu
tends to present durlng"thalaU7"
R. J. Rutharfard. u'OaUtuthamlkt
Keener, testified thai MeKealgaJ hady
boen In his hotel in lll. The teat I- ?
mony or other haiei keepers 'has M '
traced McMaalgal. Naehln.and Jtat r
McNamara to Claotanitl, WHag jaj
.r-r m -
elsewhere.
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